Parker Mirrors by Paul Menand

“Three mirrors, of various size and shape, which have the characteristic that they can be hung up and adapted to fit on any kind of support. They have been designed to exist together or separately. The ‘hung branches’ allow each of the three mirrors to adapt themselves to many situations. It is possible to hang them up on the right side or on the other side, on a flat surface or on a mount. A simple handle slightly hidden allows the user to hang up or drop back the mirrors and to choose the thickness of the surface which will support them. So it is not required to stick or drill to hang up these mirrors. They become nomadic elements which adapt themselves to our needs and desires.” parkers_mirrors_paul_menand_2







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